Hey, another question for today... Recently I've been teaching a student jazz. The student has played classical bass for some years and has the basic technique down. She is new to jazz so part of the lesson is teaching her jazz technique (such as the jazz pizzacato, raking, etc.), however, she also doesn't have that much of a grasp over theory (much less jazz theory), so when I'm trying to teach her how to improvise walking basslines, part of the time I also have to teach her both basic music theory of jazz theory. The problem is that each lesson is only about an hour long. I was wondering, how do I equally balance teaching both technique and theory? I feel sometimes it feels like I'm jumping all over the place in the lesson before whatever I teach gets solidified since I have to switch back and forth between teaching technique and theory? I was wondering if any of you have had experience in this matter? How can I teach both theory and technique without confusing the student and yet still get the student to remember and relate the two things together?